An Occupational Therapy clinic, featuring a large sensory integration gym in a unique home-setting. The home-setting offers comfort to both the caregiver and the child, as well as a big backyard with a trampoline and ample room for outdoor fun.
A province-wide information and referral service created to support families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. We offer families (and professionals) a wide range of positive and practical information on everything from sleep problems and diet, to core issues such as diagnosis and aspects of intervention, including information on setting up programs for their children.
A provincial association of agencies which provide child development and therapy services to children with special needs and their families in British Columbia.
A provincial association dedicated to promoting the participation of people with developmental disabilities in all aspects community life. We also support activities dedicated to building inclusive communities that value the diverse abilities of all people.
A non-profit organization with over 34 years of experience in the field of disabilities, providing individualized therapy and support services to children and youth in their homes and communities, specialized community living services and comprehensive vocational and support services for adults, and promoting successful community participation for individuals with disabilities.
A provincial, cross-disability advocacy organization. Our mandate is to raise public and political awareness of issues that concern us. We hope, through our work, to facilitate the full participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of society and to promote independence.
Provincial organization for groups providing horseback riding as therapy for people with disabilities. We are a registered charitable organization, committed to improving the quality of life for young people and adults who have disabilities.
The purpose of Beyond the Box Basics is to encourage awareness of abilities and to provide information on the “how to” of successfully involving children/students with diverse needs. Presentations will be individually tailored to meet the needs and numbers of the workshop participants.
Founded in 1978 to foster the professional development of art therapy in British Columbia. The Association acts as a provincial voice governing the standards and practice of the profession and its practitioners.
Since 1966, the Central Okanagan Child Development Association (C.O.C.D.A.) has played a significant role in providing services to help meet some of the most challenging needs faced by the families in our community.
The Comox Valley Child Development Association (CDA) is a non-profit society that has served children who need extra support for over thirty years.
Dedicated to encouraging and enabling people with physical disabilities to contribute to their communities by fostering community support and establishing relationships that reward personally and financially.
A community living agency that provides over 50 community-based programs and services to children, adults and families with developmental disabilities in Vancouver and Richmond.
The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) is a program of the Richmond Committee on Disability a non-profit charitable society.
Adult Special Education (ASE) programs are offered for people with special needs, or barriers to employment, at Douglas College.